MH0003 Oceania - Marshall Islands - Majuro - Laura Beach

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Stick charts of sea flow patterns in the Marshall Islands, memorized by seafarers before leaving land.

(Sculptural Cartography: How The Marshall Islands Inhabitants Used Stick Charts to Map the Waves – SOCKSから)

Bow on view of USS Hornet (Essex-class) at anchor in Berth X-12 Majuro Lagoon Marshall Islands 12 May 1944. Note F6F Hellcat fighters spotted on the flight deck.

Bow on view of USS Hornet (Essex-class) at anchor in Berth Majuro Lagoon Marshall Islands 12 May Note Hellcat fighters spotted on the flight deck.

You might see this in a Bajan village or on the beach.   We've taken breadfruit - what was once a staple for African slaves from a tree said to be brought by Captain Bligh - and turned it into a versatile food. It can be roasted like pic (and even stuffed), made into fried chips, flour or my fav, pickled.

In a Bajan village or on the beach.breadfruit - what was once a staple for African slaves, said to be brought by Captain Bligh. It can be roasted (pictured) and stuffed, made into fried chips, flour, cou cou or pickled.

Kwajalein. The largest island in the Kwajalein atoll in the Marshall Islands. I lived here as a child.

The population of Kwajalein Island is currently around individuals, mostly Americans and a small number of Marshall Islanders and other nationals, all of whom have express permission from the U.

Marshall Islands, Micronesia: young girl sitting in ocean at Laura Beach on Majuro atoll.

Marshall Islands, Micronesia: young girl sitting in ocean at Laura Beach on Majuro atoll.

Bikini Eye / Marshall Island

The Great Blue Hole is the most popular dive destination in Belize. This massive hole under the water is near the Lighthouse Reef and creates a perfect circle of deep blue water. The water is 407 feet deep. It's breathtaking.

Majuro, the capital of the Republic of the Marshall Islands, is an interesting place to visit. But would I go back?

Majuro, Marshall Islands: Would I go back?

My visit to Majuro, capital of the Republic of the Marshall Islands, left me feeling a bit underwhelmed - aside from one thing that blew my socks off!

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